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Return to the Deep

An exceptional new interactive web site devoted to the Titanic of today, developed by the RMS Titanic organization with the intent to create a historic archaeological site at great depths. Included are videos of the Titanic's current 'resting place,' click
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An exceptional new interactive web site devoted to the Titanic of today, developed by the RMS Titanic organization with the intent to create a historic archaeological site at great depths. Included are videos of the Titanic's current 'resting place,' click-on maps to various parts of the ship, and details of the debris fields in the Atlantic. Surreal, yet compelling to watch! Be sure to click on The Feed, Live Broadcasting from the Expedition.

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